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Ford signs up for CCIA

Ford is returning to Company Car in Action with a line-up of cars that guarantees visitors an exciting and valuable day at the test track.

After a two-year absence from the Millbrook event, Ford returns this June to show off its brand new Kuga and the Ford Econetic as well as other core fleet models.

Kevin Griffin, Ford’s director of fleet operations, said: “We have a great product line-up, receiving outstanding press reaction, but there's no substitute for getting as many people as possible to experience this for themselves, hands-on.

“Our cars are proving to be class-leading in terms of styling, material quality, driving dynamics, fuel economy and CO2 performance. We will have people at the event to answer questions from visitors and to take contact details if they wish receive future Ford communications.”

Company Car in Action is the ultimate fleet drive and decide event and provides key fleet decision-makers with a unique opportunity to test drive the latest vehicles from the industry’s most important manufacturers.

BMW, GM, Honda and Mercedes-Benz have also signed-up.

The event is held at Millbrook Proving Ground in Bedfordshire, the UK’s most dramatic test facility offering a twisty alpine route and the famous high-speed bowl.

The dates for this year are June 17, 18 and 19.

Company Car in Action gives you all the information you need to make the right informed decisions around your company car fleet.

Nothing can beat comparing similar fleet cars back-to-back in a safe testing environment.

To secure your place at Company Car in Action register now at www.companycarinaction.com or call Lorraine Goodwin on 01733 468859.

 

 

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